Food For Thought: Female Creatives at Lunch
Updated: Apr 24
Founder, Sara joined females at lunch to share an insight into her work and creative practice, including the It's OKAY Project. Sara was joined by artist Annie Mays, who also gave a talk about her art work.
Hosted by Invona Consultancy UK
This sessions was held on the 31st of March. In this third UK space, we had a chat with female creatives:
Sara Prinsloo: Her artwork is an exploration of her own working-class, female identity, infused with style inspiration from street culture and its subcultures. With a BA in Fine Arts and a MA in Illustration, she has delved in sculpture design and investigation, prop making, illustration, private commission work and workshop sessions. Sara is also the founder of a mental health, creative, not for profit company, the It’s OKAY Project LTD which was created in memory of a loved one, lost to suicide.
Annie Mays: Self-taught sculpture and 3D paint artist from Singapore. She runs workshops as a volunteer for refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants to break down barriers through painting and crafts.
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